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thing to be free -- north korea, cuba and burma. in iran where an oppressive thee i don't think crass cy rules -- thee i don't think crass cy student protests have been met with brutal repression. all revolution fire reese know the -- revolution fire reese know the spirit cannot be crushed unless the spirit is crushed. the hunger for freedom keeps the spirit alive no matter how extreme the counter forces. how can that hunger be fed? can the great works of western literature and a reading circle nurturer it? we'll ask the iranian author of reading lolita in tehran azar nafisi. announcer: if. for such a small word, it packs a wallop. if i live to 100. if social security isn't enough. if my heart gets broken. if she says yes. we believe "if" should never hold you back. "if" should be managed with coverage that builds on what you already have. together, we can create a personal safety net - a launching pad for all those brilliant "ifs" in the middle of life. call on our expertise and get dr. azar nafisi welcome. >> thank you very much. >> your book is entitled reading lolita in tehran, a mem
>> today on "christian world news" crackdown in iran, hundreds of christians bliind bs and one pastor facing a death sentence. >> this flavors the gospel message with creole cooking. >> how a selfish lark led to a lifetime of service and rescue of hundreds of children in nepal. christians jailed in iran. one pastor could pay for his faith with his life. hello everyone i am wendy griffith. george thomas is on aassignmt. arack dn against christians in iran, targeting house church pastors and leaders. hundreds have been imprisoned since the beginning of the year. gary lane has more. reporter: crackdown has led to 285 believers in 35 cities arrested in iran in the past 6 months. according to elam ministries, an organization that serves christians in that country. many have spent weeks and months in prison, long stretches in solitary confinement and endured interrogations and psychological abuse. iranian pastor hormoz shariat is with antioch ministries and hosts a talk show. >> most don't tell their family if they can't have a lawyer, even a formal charge, sometimes they get killed
do you think iran is to weapon nighing nuclear material and being prepared to act upon it? >> it is getting a lot closer, no doubt about that. >> how close? months? years? >> we know because it is over four metric tons which means 4500 ky los of low enriched uranium. it is part of reenriching at a higher rate. it can make stuff like the ballistic metals. they can carry the medical isotopes, right? we know what they are there for. everybody knows. 15 years ago when i spirs spoke about this, i spoke actually before the u.s. congress. i was just elected for the first time. i said the greatest thing was the arming. a lot of eyebrows were raised. now there is great support not only among the senators and the congressmen, but leaders understands that. the world understands that iran is getting closer and closer and closer to nuclear weapons. i think this will have devastating consequences for everyone, first of all for the middle east and of course for us. if iran has nuclear weapons it would turn into an iranian winter and so so much is at stake. the security of my country and
them their freedoms as in lebanon and iran. we would all like to see the triumph of democracy. if democracy triumphs we'll have peace. because most people don't want their sons and daughter to go to battlefield and die. they don't want war they don't typically initiate wars and democracies x. if we have peace and genn win democracy and peace. the jury is out on where this thing is going. let's hope it goes toward the right direction and make it work as best we can to make it go the right direction. >> tune in next week with more of the exclusive interview with benjamin netanyahu. we got so much positive reaction to the sleepy man ban yo band. we decided to bring them back . this time, i will be joining them. stay with us. where do you go to find a busess backed by the superguarantee®? only& suonline.s®. on your phone. or in the book. go to superpages®. and let the good guys save the day. >> a lot of people didn't believe me a trio of young brothers from new jersey could play plugrass with the best of them. seeing and hearing is believing and you loved them so much we decide
in the first place. great. >> how close do you think iran is to weaponizing nuclear material and being prepared to act upon it? >> well, it's getting a lot closer, no question about that. >> mike: how close, months, years? >> we know we could probably say they have over four tons, four metric tons of -- which means about 4500 kilos of enriched uranium and making the stuff for nuclear weapons and they've developed this massive program and the ballistic missiles to carry them. and carry, the developing ballistic missiles that ultimately reach the united states to carry-- you know what they're there for, everybody does. you know, 50 years ago when i first spoke about this, and danger, i spoke before the u.s. congress, and just been elected for the first time as prime minister. i said the greatest threat facing humanity was the arming of iran with nuclear weapons and eyebrows were raised, there was great support, not only among the senators and congressmen, but the leaders understand, i think the world understands that iran is getting closer and closer and closer to nuclear weapons. i thin
on this with the panel. thank you. increased communication and cooperation between iraq and iran. has many people in this part of the world concerned. meantime, there could be extented stay in iraq for american troops. national security correspondent venner if griffin connects those dots. >> improvised rocket controlled munitions made in tehran. trained by militia in iraq and placed on the back of flatbed truck. the target, u.s. military personnel and the bases as the remaining forces prepare to leave iraq by the end of december. 15 americans were killed in june. the deadliest month for u.s. personnel serving in iraq in more than two years. >> our military commanders in isle rack are worried about irarian influence growing in iraq. >> in baghdad, iran prime minister welcomed iran vice president and 170 iranian companies who came to lobby for lucrative business contracts. just a day earlier, u.s. ambassador jim jeffrey on a trip to open the new u.s. consulate in basra warned u.s. commanderrers are seeing more lethal and accurate weapons flowing into iraq from iran. a view echoed by joseph lieberma
harbored in iran. a third was the israeli decision rightly shigeo cyrix reactor in may 1981 without which saddam hussein would've had nuclear weapons by the time of the first gulf war. one final thought on the cost of office, the bush doctrine does not say you go to war with everybody to change the nature of the regime. what it says is when there was a connotation of circus dances, and gathering danger conny tierney that the us sometimes the same for sooner is better than using force later. for the cost of this endeavor, we've heard a lot of pratchett cares about the warfare state. let's be precise. right now the defense budget is 4.7% of the gdp compared to 6.6% under ronald reagan, 8.6 under john f. kennedy. the problem is not military spending. the problem is domestic spending. caught a break that. as ronald reagan often when he rejected isolationism, when he decried appeasement and identify churchill is the greatest hero of the 20th century, reagan said, it takes generations to build freedom. you can visit a new generation and if you do said, it is often going to be because he withdre
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the arab spring which is a movement across the arab world, stretching into iran. self-determination, a movement that seems to espouse democracy. the consequence of that movement has been the forced departure of president ben ali and mubarak in egypt, people who were, while supportive of the united states, were seen by the people that people were right. autocratic leaders. so the question that i would ask you, looking back 10 years was whether the bush administration having decided on the need for this freedom agenda should have moved more quickly and decisively to push the mubarak's out and whether if that's so, where the freedom agenda should have stretched more broadly into saudi arabia, let's say? >> guest: it certainly should have and i think that was the idea behind president bush's approach, behind the next century strategy of 2002. and certainly what is a remarkable speech, that is the second inaugural of george w. bush, which is 2005. that is almost an emancipation proclamation of the world. it called for an end to tyranny in our generation. and it's an amazing
hikers held in iran. >>> and then you will hear from the men who sin tau grated the marines. hello, i am t. j. holmes, and thank you for spending part of your sunday with us. >>> this is what we're keeping an eye on today in the debt debate. 1:00 eastern time, that is when a vote is scheduled in the senate on majority leader harry reid's plan. that was the vote that was supposed to take place overnight but it was delayed late into the evening. listen to the senate majority leader. >> i have spoken to the white house quite a few times this evening and asked me to give everybody as much time as possible to see if a deal can be reached. >> the only way that can be done is with the president of the united states. and we're going to continue to work on that, and get this problem solved and let everybody in the country know we will not default for the first time in history, and that's how i am going to spend that time until we get that out come. >> the 1:00 eastern time is the vote, that's what we're keeping our eye on. and 8:00 eastern time, that is when the asian markets open, and that is re
world and stretching into iran, a movement for self-determination, a movement that seems to espouse democracy, the consequence of that movement has been the forced depart of the presidents from egypt. people -- those who supported united states were seen by their people and the people were right or autocratic leaders. the question i'd ask you, looking back 10 years was whether the bush administration having decided on the need for this freedom agenda should have moved more quickly and decisively to push the mubaraks out and whether if that's so, the freedom agenda should have stretched more broadly to saudi arabia. >> the idea behind president bush's approach behind the national security strategy of 2002 and certainly what is a remarkable speech that is the second inaugural of george w. bush that's 2005, that is almost an emancipation proclamation for the world. it calls for the end of tyranny in our generation. it's an amazing speech. but the troubles in iraq was so great at that time. it was derided. you, of course, recall bush was -- >> host: should that speech have been accompan
which is a movement across the arab world and stretching into iran a movement with such determination, a movement where it's democracy, and the consequences of the movement has been the forced departure of the president mubarak in egypt and people who were supported the united states were seen by their people, so the question i ask you looking back 10 years is whether the bush administration having decided of the need for the freedom agenda should have moved more quickly and decisively to push the mubaraks out and whether it was done so that the freedom agenda should have stretched more broadly to saudi arabia i would say. >> guest: it certainly should have. that was the idea of president bush's urge behind the national security strategy of 2002, and certainly what is in a remarkable speech, the second inaugural of george w. bush, 2005, almost an emancipation proclamation for the world calling for the end of terneny in our generation. it's an amazing speech, but the troubles in iraq were so great at that time that it was derided and stormed, and you, of course, recall bush was hurt by
to osama bin ladin urge a senior member of iran's revolutionary guards threatened u.s. carriers would be targeted if iran comes under threat from the u.s. or the west. the latest comments from the general following ten days of war games, the exercises included the unveiling of missile shelters, that iran says are capable of multiple launches. iran has stated its missiles can reach israel and u.s. military bases in that region. >>> in an effort to get guns off the streets of east palo alto. people who turned in their guns received an american express card. the program provides community members a safe venue and incentive to remove unwanted guns from their homes. >> most people are just excited or happy that there's an avenue, they have been wanting to get rid of the weapons in the past, now that they can actually get funding for it, with no questions asked -- >> city councilman reports 45 weapons were turned in, including 7 assault weapons and two handguns. >>> schools in california can now take tougher action against cyber bullies. under a new law jerry brown signed this weekend. the
held in iran may be set free as soon as tonight. >>> and project suspended, the complaint that led pg&e to halt work near the scene of the san bruno explosion. >>> complete bay area coverage starts right now, this is ktvu area channel 2 action news at 6:00. >> good evening, i'm ken wayne, conflict reporting out of washington on the progressive any is being made on raising the nation's debt ceiling. senate minority leader was confident it would happen, while harry reid says no progress has been made. it is 9:00 of course this is the look at the senate. earlier today the house rejected a budget plan offered up by the senate. we have been monitoring developments, they tell us how the lack of a deal could affect all of us. >> reporter: there are just three days left to reach a deal or places like this federal building could see problems very soon, despite the problem in washington today there is some hope that congress will beat the deadline. >> the rules are not to spend it and the bill is not passed. >> reporter: the republican controlled house house of representatives rejected the pla
quick, i interviewed a former member of iran's revolutionary guard's corps. this is the elite. the most radical vanguard of iran's regime. he told me, look, we ran operations out of the mosques in europe and the u.s. and i outlined several cases of terrorism arrests, terrorism funding coming from american mosques. >> host: this is the deep cover guy that you talk about in the book. well, the reason i bring it up is because as you probably know, the chairman of the homeland security committee in the house, peter king, has begun, i think, very gingerly a series of hearings on the radicalization of the american muslim community. and he's been vilified by the press and the organizations that we'll describe in a minute are tearing into him. but in your view, can we understand this threat? can we keep from being deceived without going into these mosques and finding out exactly how deeply involved they are in sedition because that's really what this is. and the last time i looked, that was still a crime. >> sure. you can't have a firm grasp of what's going on in the muslim community, fred, if
will pick up coverage at 1:00. >> the fate of the two jailed hikers in iran will be announced in coming days. two years ago today, shane bahher and josh fattel were arrested for arrested for trespassing. we will have a live look from tehran with the latest on this story. >>> a new twist in the disappearance of an 11-year-old girl in new hampshire. the fbi is offering a $25,000 reward. there is no trace of her since she was last seen monday night at her home. they are hoping the reward money will lead to information about what happened to this young girl. >> this reward should not be read into that we are transitioning in this investigation. we want to put it out there because of the vigilance of the public, the recent successful cases of missing children that had been recovered as a result of that vigilance from the public. >> and her family returned home yesterday after police searched the property not far from the canadian border. no indication she ran away or someone took her. investigators knocked on about 300 doors in the area for clues in the case. >>> police in ohio said four people w
is the movement across the arab world stretching into iran, movement for self-determination and movement that seems to dispose democracy. the consequence of that movement has been the departure of the president and mubarak in egypt, people who were lost while supported the united states were seen by their people and people were right for autocratic leaders, so the question i would ask you looking back ten years was whether the bush administration having decided on the need for this freedom agenda should have moved more quickly and decisively to push the mubarak's out and whether that is so the freedom agenda should have stretched more broadly. >> i certainly should have, and i think that was the idea of president bush's approach behind the next security strategy of 2002, and certainly what is a remarkable speech that is the second inaugural of george w. bush, which is that is all of 2005 that is almost an emancipation proclamation for the world. it calls for an end to tierney in our generation. it is an amazing speech. but the troubles in iraq were so great at that time that it was -- yo
the stretch of iran's influence in the very unstable region of the mideast in a greater way than we've ever seen before. iran is already a friend of syria, we know that. they've already had a strong presence in lebanon with hezbollah. our greatest ally in the arab world was mubarak in egypt. president obama sat on his hands when our ally needed american people -- needed american help. barack obama chose not to help him. what has happened since? now we see iran coming in to be egypt's best friend. for 30 years egypt did not have diplomatic relations with iran. they had open relations with israel, more so than any other arab nation. now we are seeing the door slam on israel's face. the doors opening on iran's face. we are seeing the rise of the muslim brotherhood in egypt. this is not a good thing. now libya. this is worst than what we had seen before. secretary of defense gates said of libya that gadhafi had not attacked the united states nor posed a threat to the united states. he also said there is no vital national u.s. interest in libya. he said he didn't know what the united states mili
are standing by for news about two american hikers held in iran for the past two years. this morning, they may be closer to freedom. >>> also, you may not know the story of the monford point marines. the men who integrated mat reenz yooms. >>> welcome to the men and women serving us in uniform and thank you for being here and what you do. >>> let's talk about three important deadlines that we are keeping an eye on today in this whole debt ceiling debate. a vote is scheduled this afternoon in the senate on majority leader harry reid's plan. that's the vote that was supposed to take place overnight but it was delayed in the evening. the second deadline is at 8:00 eastern time today. why that is important? because that is when the asian markets open. the u.s. stock market as you may know had its worst week last week in over a year. what happens today in asia could set the tone for what could be another rough week on wall street. also, the last deadline is tuesday, maybe the most important one. that is when the federal government says it does not have enough money to pay all of its country's bills
in school. middle east," the creation of an islamic poois pipeline. iran announces the region's biggest ever gas deep. we count the cost of the turmoil in an exclusive interview with the country's finance minister. >>> iran signed a $10 billion memorandum of understanding with iraq and syria this week in the region's biggest ever natural gas deal. he calls for gas from iran to be exported by pipeline through iraq to sear yaus and even lebanon and it could eventually supply europe. i sat down with a veteran in the oil and gas industry who outlined how the project is expanding the region's energy role. >> from an economic and business point of view, you don't have the gas resources, and iraq itself needs it. iraq's own gas sources are not surfacing for at least the next 10, 20 years until they develop. the gas is being discovered in europe. syria, libya and so on need the gas and europe needs the gas. not to rely so much on russian gas. >> let's take look at some of figures behind us. according to some of the most recent data, the u.s. sits on 25%. iran has the second largest reserves just aft
war, which is iraq, afghanistan, to some extent pakistan, possibly iran. this is the battle the united states is facing. the balance of power in the region, the iran iraqi, the indo-pakistani. each one of them have destabilized over 10 years. in the air of israel relationship, barring some dramatic change in egypt over time, israel is so dominant that it creates new realities on the ground. there's a difference to what the united states really says very often. in afghanistan the united states is asking pakistan to do things that create stability, that will weaken pakistan, that potentially cratered an independent regional power in india, that the united states may not appreciate in the long run. and, of course, the invasion of iraq has destroyed the iraq power, they're forgetting nuclear weapons. iran is the dominant conventional military force in the region. if the united states is there. the united states as its policies to withdraw from iraq, the potential for iran to fill the vacuum is extremely high. that in turn changes the balance of power, orderlies the political dynamic in the
for a two u.c. berkeley grads being held in iran. >> move over 3-d, here comes see through that is making the rio the stuff >>> we just came up on 4:49 on this independence day. it's pretty warm across most of country. seattle at 76 and a lot of upper 80s and low 90s until you get to dallas, denver and salt lake city. 105 in phoenix. dry heat. let's take a look what is going on. most of the airports are running on time. i got word there is no more delays. any severe weather will be around denver and minneapolis this afternoon. >>> 4:49. sara shourd will begin a housekeepinger strike to protest the detained two others in iran. they detained them two years ago as they hiked on the iran-iraq border. iranians released shourd on bail last year but the two others are set to go on trial later this month. a protest will be started in a rolling hunger strike fasting for a demand of their release. >> a fremont company which is considered to be the oscar of technology, sun innovations was given for a glass. richard hart reports. >> if this video screen looks familiar it's because you saw a movie nam
night. they have been in an iran jail for two years but now two americans who are accused of being spies are finally getting their day in court. >>> it is not a surprise to gain weight on your vacation. it may depends on your destination. >>> a warm night tonight but the humidity not so bad. now for your sunday wakeup weather here is what you can expect. mid-60s to 70s lots >>> more on that breaking news out of the white house. compromised plans on the debt ceiling plan are now going on at the white house. senator harry reid moved the vote to 1 p.m. jessica stone has the latest. >> reporter: behind the scenes negotiations at the white house saturday night gave some home congress will strike a deal to raise the debt ceiling before tuesday's deadline. senate majority leader harry reid is giving sides all time to bargain. >> there is still a distance to go before any arrangement can be completed but i believe we should give everyone as much work as possible to do their work. >> reporter: saturday afternoon democratic leaders went to the white house to meet with president obama and he spoke
held captive in iran for two years. the indications they could be released any time there. >> at long last, significant progress on the debt ceiling debate in the late night meeting at the white house. the three step plan in the works right now to keep the government from defaulting on its bills. >> a burglary spree in a quiet bay area neighborhood, at least nine homes hit in a matter of days. the excuse one thief used to get in. good evening. it is monday in iran and the two american hikers are finally getting their day in court. as don shows us, there are signs they may be released soon. >> reporter: imprisoned american hikers shane and josh have not been seen since february when they last appeared in an iranian court. their attorney holds hope their latest appearance on the anniversary of their arrest will mark the end of their imprisonment. >> this has been a very long time in coming. the first time we heard from our investigators that we were going to court was over 22 months ago. so shane and josh and all the rest of us have been waiting for this and hoping for this for a lon
the latest in a live report. >>> will the two hikers detained in iran be coming home soon? the trial that could set them free tomorrow. another setback in the debt ceiling discussions with the deadline just three days away ppt news at 5:00, starts right now. >>> good evening, i'm diane dwyer. family and friends of michelle le are in heyward today holding a fund-raiser to support continuing efforts to search for her. loved ones say they will continue searching until she's found. kimberly terry is in heyward with more. >> reporter: it's been just over two months since michelle le was last seen and every bit of money from this car wash will go into search efforts into looking for. search efforts are not cheap. the car wash runs another hour, if you're interested it is at says letter on hisperion boulevard in heyward. she was last seen on may 27th, doing clinical rotations at the kaiser medical center in heyward. she said she needed to grab something from her car and never returned. now some new information, heyward police have classified this case as a homicide. they did tell us they ar
schedule for sunday and it's about 5:30 sunday morning in iran right now. so the attorney for josh fatale and shane bauer says he expects the court to convict the two sunday, and then sentence them to time served. the two, along with sarah shourd, hiking in iraq in 2009 when authorities arrested them and accused them of illegally crossing the boarder in iran and spying. shourd released last september for medical reasons and not summoned for tomorrow's hearing: she had been summoned for every other hearing and the attorney believes that is another indication that the case may be clients freed.occ1: shara shourd spoke to nbc about her hopes for her fiancee and their friend, josh fatale. >> public prosecutor made a statement saying a a final decision would be made and they're hopeful that would happen. and josh have cc1: been waiting for a trial for 22 months the first time we were going to try. we've been waiting a long time and we hope it's the end. >> another reason for hope, iran also has a tradition of pardoning prisoners for the holy month of ramadan which starts monday worldwide. >>>
news" a deadly explosion in a coal mine in the ukraine. >>> plus two americans held in iran are preparing to go to court. >>> first bob schieffer has a preview of tonight's "cbs evening news". >> one american county is on the verge of declaring what could be the biggest municipal bankruptcy in history, schools, police, the fire department, all on the line. so what will stop working if the government shuts down? the story tonight on the "cbs evening news." the story tonight on the "cbs evening news." so we made ocean spray cranberry juice cocktail with a splash of lime. it's so refreshing, your taste buds will thank you. mm... oh, you're welcome. what? my taste buds -- they're thanking me. uh-huh. is best absorbed in small continuous amounts. only one calcium supplement does that in one daily dose. new citracal slow release... continuously releases calcium plus d for the efficient absorption my body needs. citracal. >>> a powerful explosion killed at least 16 coal miners in the ukraine earlier today. the blast took place more than a half mile down a mine in eastern ukraine. e
try to negotiate with iran. >> yes. >> you came to the office, i would argue, making overtures. those overtures seemed to be rebuffed by the iranian leadership, then you had the green movement and it seems to me unclear where we are. my question to you would be, does the administration still want to negotiate with the current iranian leadership and get a deal on the nuclear issue? >> we offered the iranian government, quite directly, a bona fide offer of engagement, the iranian government, the leaders of iran, have chosen not to take that up. i think their ability to engage that decision deteriorated after the june 2009 elections when it became clear that that government was having a very difficult time making that kind of fundamental decision. that path remains open to the iranians, to come to the table and deal with the nuclear issues, increasingly serious nuclear issues, not just the united states but the entire world community sees. there was always associated, though, with our openness and a bona fide offer of engagement, there was always an associated pressure track. and that pr
to be the ones who will lead the movement and do this movement and do the coup dethat and take over like iran, you know. and what did we find out? it was the pure, brave, innovative kind, loving, intelligence youth. you know, kids from rich families. kids from the middle class. poor guys, rich guys, everybody was in that square. half of my staff was in the square. and i was laughing. i mean i looked, i walked into my office and it was empty. people went. so it was like, you know, facebo united, the youth to ignite the revolution in egypt. >> rose: what do you worry about the most at this point. >> well, if you lk at the first interview we made together. >> rose: you and me. >> yes. you will fd me that i said that this regime has deprived the secar, the liberals, the armed people to have some political parties to represent them. so the only force that was there always prepared, organized, even militarized is the muslim brotherhood. because they were working undergund, dow understand. and because they were working underground they kept o working. and everybody was decent, secular, liberal, coul
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